Lulzacite is a strontium -containing phosphate mineral with the chemical formula Sr2Fe2+(Fe2+,Mg)2Al4(PO4)4(OH)10.
The mineral was first described in 2000 from quartzite deposits (47°42′50″N 1°29′20″W / 47.71389°N 1.48889°W / 47.71389; -1.48889 ) at Saint-Aubin-des-Châteaux , Loire-Atlantique, France, and is named after Y. Lulzac , a French geologist who discovered the mineral. In this deposit, lulzacite occurs within quartz veinlets at quartzite–limestone contacts. Other minerals found in the veinlets include apatite
Lulzacite crystallizes in the triclinic system with P1 space group. It is isostructural with jamesite (Pb2Zn(Fe2+,Zn)2Fe3+4(AsO4)4(OH)10).